interposition

[ in-ter-puh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interposition

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERPOSITION

Then we, too, looked at each other with eyes that confessed an interposition.

Conscious that his interposition could be of no possible avail, he fled for life.

The disappearance of a star by the interposition of the moon is called an "occultation."

There is nothing else in it which ought to call for this interposition.

Melissy seized on her father joyfully as an interposition of Providence.

The clergy this time invoked the interposition of Government.

All would have been irretrievably lost had it not been for the interposition of Fabius.

Only the interposition of friends prevented their meeting on the field.

Even this interposition failed to put the irate Harris off his purpose.

It was, however, at last granted with difficulty on my interposition.

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